Create MySQL-Dump, copy db to other Server and upload the db.

mysqldump -uUserName -pPassword tudb | ssh root@rootsvr.com "mysql -uUserName -pPassword -h mysql.rootsvr.com YourDBName"
This option makes a copy of your current db and via ssh it transfer to the server you specify and upload the database to the specific User & Password you specify (Note the db User & Pass, can be different from the one you use in the other server) If you are going to use "localhost" as your main db remove (-h) and youst add "localhost"

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By: elecboy
2009-02-17 22:36:06
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What Others Think

If you need to do this as root you've got some problems!! anyway, don't forget to add compression, MySQL dumps have lots of redundancy ssh -C
maht · 656 weeks and 6 days ago
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